13788>by Gusztáv Kosztolányi The establishment of an EU identity is fraught with problems on both a conceptual and a practical level. In order to understand these difficulties more fully, we have to gain a clearer insight into the way identity is constructed in our societies and how certain assumptions are deemed to be so self-evident […]

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